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Food was nice and friendly service!
Very tasty food but the restaurant was not easy to find for the first time
Food was good very tasty
Delicious food and nice atmosphere
I'm just kicking myself for taking so long to go to this place. It will definitely be our 'go to" Asian cuisine from now on. Whether to pop in for a late supper or just when your taste buds need to be awaken - its the place to be! Love that you can book a table too. Thanks Neil - loved it!
Absolutely amazing! The food was incredible, great lighting brilliant service, perfect all round experience. Felt like I could have been in a high end restaurant in Shanghai! Not to mention probably the best martini I’ve ever had... and I’ve had a few!
The service is attentive, although the food was way overpriced
Great as usual..
Amazing Chinese food! Highly recommend the Yellow Fin Tuna with Orange Chilli Oil
Expensive Chinese food. The winning dish was the raw yellow fin tuna with orange chilli oil. Sadly the crispy numbing duck wasn’t crispy, although the flavour was good. Good place for a date!
they really need to have a coffee machine i thought it very strange to be at a fine dining restaurant that doesnt offer coffee
Overpriced for the level of quality
Ok didn’t knock my socks off. Mr Wong’s a better alternative.
Been here a few time and the food is Devine! The atmosphere is lovely, dark, dimmed lights with Cousy oriental style. Wine list is amazing too so highly recommend
Food was delicious and overall service was great. Definitely a place for a special occasion.
Everything was great but the pippies were gritty; very disappointing as we were looking forward to them the most! Brisket was delicious.
Had the banquet which was amazing and so much food we couldn’t finish it. Service was fantastic
10 Bligh St, 2000, Sydney, Australia
Spice Up My Life
Down in the basement of Sydney’s City Mutual Building, you’ll find yourself in a very exclusive little hideout. It’s the Spice Temple, a Chinese restaurant like no other. The low moody lighting instantly put you in the mood for... romance, and the chic decor gives the place so much elegance. Run by pioneering chef, Neil Perry, the Spice Temple serves food inspired by regional Chinese dishes, steering clear of your run-of-the-mill Cantonese. Flavours are taken from the provinces and blended into unique and modern dishes, signatures of this world-class chef. Culinary elements include pickled and fermented ingredients and the aromatic dried spices of China. Wines have been selected to match each and every meal, and cocktails from the bar are as carefully created as the cuisine. The service, needless to say, is excellent at this sophisticated restaurant, and the vibe is geared towards opulence and luxury. Even the music is carefully chosen, done by the man who made soundtracks for Moulin Rouge and Romeo & Juliet. Romantic, no? So why not take that special someone somewhere ... special? This restaurant is receiving rave reviews for its sexiness.
Best Dish: mango pudding with Chantilly cream and the 3 flavours eggplant
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